Wreay Syke Alpacas
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Alpaca Experiences in South Lakeland

Whether you are 6 or 76, come to Kendal, 'the gateway to the Lakes' and enjoy an unforgettable experience with these quirky, endearing animals, each with their own unique personality, you won't be able to stop yourself falling in love with them!

Alpaca Trekking
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You can take your very own alpaca friend for a walk in one of the most beautiful locations on the edge of the Lake District National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Come and join us on our walk overlooking Kendal and the surrounding Lakeland fells.

Weddings
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Have you ever thought about having alpacas as ring bearers or attendants at your wedding to greet guests?

Guests can spend time with them, feeding them and take selfies with them, something just a little bit different for your wedding album!

Meet & Greet
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For people of any age, come and meet all of our alpacas at their home, learn all about them, feed them and enjoy their company.

 

Aswell as the boys we take trekking we have more boys and some girls* for you to meet.

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We can come to you...

Workplaces, residential care homes, retirement homes, schools, activity centres, the possibilities are endless! Our cheeky special fur babies can come to visit you!

Other Activities

Why not have special guests at your birthday party, fete or any event you want to make an impression.

Westmorland County Show, held annually in September. We won 1st place and Champion brown male with our boy Carmelo

Latest News...

We are open!

Thank you to everyone for your support and hope to see you soon.

Keep well and stay safe

Alpaca Trekking vouchers are still currently

suspended due to the amount of voucher holders

still to book, however 

MEET & GREET VOUCHERS ARE STILL AVAILABLE

 
Jane Colman along with her husband Paul have a small herd of alpacas based in South Lakeland in the south of Kendal within easy access of junction 36 of the M6